Cyber Quest Coming to Paragon Casino Resort

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Photography of the facility for Kid’s Quest / Cyber Kids located in the Sands Bethlehem Outlet Mall and Casino

Cyber Quest, a family-friendly arcade, is set to open at Paragon Casino Resort in November 2015.

Cyber Quest, the latest addition to Paragon Casino Resort, is a professionally supervised arcade offering the latest non-violent arcade games for guests of all ages. The 4,000 square foot space will feature more than 50 of the industry’s latest arcade games and attractions. Guests can win tickets at many of the games, which can be redeemed for great prizes from the signature Cyber Quest Prize Zone.

“We are excited to have Cyber Quest here at Paragon,” said Paragon Acting General Manager Chris Barbry. “It will add a wonderful new element to our entertainment offerings for the entire family.”

In addition to all of the great arcade and video games, Cyber Quest will be the perfect spot to grab a snack and enjoy the latest movie or sports game in the Quest Café. Cyber Quest will also offer programs to reward kids for good grades at school, host game tournaments and fun daily promotions. The team can also assist in planning birthday parties and other special events.

Kids Quest & Cyber Quest COO Troy Dunkley added, “We are proud of our long standing relationship with the Paragon Casino that spans more than twenty years. Cyber Quest is the perfect addition to the family friendly resort that already includes Kids Quest hourly child care.” There is no fee to enter Cyber Quest. Adults must accompany children under 12 years of age. Cyber Quest at Paragon will be the 10th location to open in the United States. 

Cyber Quest is currently under construction and will open next to Kids Quest on November 14, 2015. Updates and more information can be found by visiting

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